Several classes were run this summer. A few projects were repeated for the new, mostly younger students, while some of our older students made the pendulum seismometer described in this previous post. This is quite an advanced project. While we did spend … Continue reading
After about a year and a half of messing around, I finally got this very cheap seismometer system working under Windows. It also displays data in real time – something I have still not accomplished with Linux. Educationally, it has … Continue reading
Several classes were run this summer. Once again we found it very difficult to get the students to go home at the end of the two and a half hour course periods. It seems they just can’t get enough of … Continue reading
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We sometimes wondered if it would be possible to travel around, running handcraft workshops in other locations. I was skeptical because there are so many tools and materials used in our projects. Forgetting one particular sized screw or nail might … Continue reading
With the summer 2010 program just about finished, the most successful project by far has been the 4WD car. These were the first ones off the production line.